December 29, 2010 Subject:
what a great show
In the interest of making this page more search engine & novice friendly, I've written the authors by episode in nowise complete fashion. These listings indicate they wrote the story not the radio adaptation.
Ray Bradbury "Dwellers in Silence" "The Veldt" "Kaleidoscope" "Marionettes, Inc." "Mars is Heaven" "And the Moon Be Still as Bright" "There Will Come Soft Rains / Zero Hour"
Murray Leinster "The Lost Race" "A Logic Named Joe" "First Contact"
H. Beam Piper "Time and Time Again"
Kurt Vonnegut "Report on the Barnhouse Effect"
Isaac Asimov "Nightfall" "A Pebble in the Sky"
Jack Williamson "With Folded Hands"
Donald Wollheim "The Embassy"
Jack Vance "The Potters of Firsk"
Robert Bloch "Almost Human"
L. Ron Hubbard "The Professor Was a Thief"
Robert Heinlein "Universe" "The Green Hills of Earth" "Requiem" "Destination Moon" "The Roads Must Roll"
Clifford Simak "Courtesy"
Frederic Brown "Knock"
March 9, 2010 Subject:
I enjoy listening to "Martian Chronicles" on my "singing metal book (Samsung Omnia), over which, (I) brush (my) hand as one might play a harp."
And enjoy many other programs, from The Campbell's Playhouse to Yours Truly, Johnny Dollar and from Suspense to Jack Benny. It's a fine thing to have these programs preserved at archive.org. Thanks!
July 25, 2007 Subject:
Thanks and notes on missing episodes
Thanks for posting these!
Update to the below message: a more complete archive of Dimension X, in higher fidelity (128 kb), can be found here:
At least a couple of episodes of Dimension X that are missing from this archive are elsewhere online. I noticed that two Robert Heinlein stories, "Universe" and "The Green Hills of Earth", aren't here but are on this page (in real audio-yuck!): < http://www.otr.net/?p=dimx >.
August 15, 2006 Subject:
Truly amazing old radio shows on space & sci-fi material. Enjoy!
May 10, 2006 Subject:
Dimension X best Sci Fi
Some of the best sci -fi to appear on the radio. Dimension X was largely replayed as part of the later X minus 1 series.
Features some of the now famous, but then unknown, authors such as Assimov and Heinlein.